Gayle Rothschild - Photographer
Glen Echo Park Arts Center
Gayle Rothschild has been working as a fine art photographer since 1982 when she received her MFA degree from the University of Maryland, College Park, MD. Her first photography class was at Photoworks, Glen Echo Park, in 1977, then studied at the Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC, and at The Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY.
Her photographs have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions including The Center for Photography, Woodstock, NY, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD, Vis Arts, Rockville, MD., Washington County Museum, Sandra Berler Gallery, Chevy Chase, MD, National Museum of Women In the Arts, Washington, DC, and The Corcoran Museum of Art. Most recently her work was in the American University Museum Katzen Art Center, “Washington Art Matters: 1940’-1980’s”, and “Presence of Place” in 2015. Her work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Art, Houston, Texas, was in the collection Corcoran Museum of Art and in many private collections.
From 1993- 2010 she was represented by Sandra Berler Gallery, Chevy Chase, MD.
She is the photographer/illustrator for the children’s book, What Is The Sign For Friend, Franklin Watts, publisher.
Gayle Rothschild has been a photography instructor at Photoworks, Glen Echo Park since 1983. She has been the Director of Exhibitions for the past 6 years, actively working on new exhibitions. She is a member of Photoworks Executive board.